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    This Review contains major "Historical Geology"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. Historical geology is the use of the principles of geology to reconstruct and understand the history of the Earth. (Web site)
  2. Historical Geology is the study of the evolution of life on earth - especially the past life forms that are preserved as fossils.
  3. Historical Geology is a time-sequence analysis of the Earth' s g eologic record based on rocks and fossils preserved in the outermost portions of the Earth.
  4. Historical Geology is the study of the continuous changes to the planet that have occured during the past 4.6 billion years.
  5. Historical geology is a misnomer, since evolutionists presume the ages to be pre historic.

Rocks

  1. Historical geology deals with the historical development of the earth from the study of its rocks.

Basic Concepts

  1. Nicolaus Steno, also known as Niels Stensen, was the first to observe and propose some of the basic concepts of historical geology. (Web site)

Petroleum Geology

  1. It provides a basis for historical geology, and its principles and methods are applied in such fields as petroleum geology and archaeology. (Web site)

Biological Sciences

  1. It is a complex and varied subdiscipline of historical geology that is tied closely to the biological sciences. (Web site)

Geochronology

  1. Both physical and historical geology include three areas: (1) Geochronology is the study of geologic time. (Web site)
  2. Modern earth scientists working in the realm of historical geology, and specifically geochronology, estimate its age at about 4.6 billion years. (Web site)

Stratigraphy

  1. Stratigraphy is the heart of much historical geology, because it reveals the order in which past events and processes occurred.

Paleontologist

  1. It is the companion of Historical Geology, for the main concern of the paleontologist is the study of the fossils preserved in the geologic column. (Web site)

Paleontology

  1. Sciences such as archeology, paleontology and historical geology fit into this category of origin science. (Web site)
  2. During the 17th century the guiding principles of paleontology and historical geology began to emerge in the work of a few individuals. (Web site)

Geologists

  1. In practice, geologists specialize in a branch of either physical or historical geology. (Web site)

Geology

  1. Geology is divided into several fields, which can be grouped under the major headings of physical and historical geology.

Historical Geology

  1. Historical geology has at least four main fields: (1) Paleontology is the study of fossils, and paleontologists are those who study them. (Web site)
  2. One of the two principal divisions of geology (along with physical geology) is historical geology, the study of Earth's physical history. (Web site)
  3. Paleontology, which is the science of ancient life and deals with fossils, is mutually interdependent with stratigraphy and with historical geology.

Categories

  1. Encyclopedia of Keywords > Places > Earth > Geology
  2. Death > Extinction > Fossils > Paleontology
  3. Places > Earth > Geology > Stratigraphy
  4. Earth > Geology > Historical Geology > Geochronology
  5. Past Events

Subcategories

Geochronology
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